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that inspires

“I live by the saying – ‘There’s no traffic on the extra mile’- and encourage my students to do the same."

Andre Knecht
Music Producing and Recording Department Head

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Music program in Music Producing & Recording, students will:

  1. As much as it is about composition, songwriting, engineering and arranging, music production, the course prepares you for managing a process.
  2. Learn historical and technical background they need to compete in the world of production
  3. Develops the necessary tools and techniques needed to take ideas to the next level. 
  4. Prepares you to effectively work alone or in groups, with elements of every facet of production under your belt
  5. State-of-the-art “Garage Recording Studio” at LACM and “The Hobby Shop” Studios owned and operated by program faculty member and multi-platinum selling producer Andrew “Mudrock” Murdoch.
  6. Located in the Los Angeles area, as it has access to the busiest production community in the world.
  7. Armed with a solid catalog of competitive material along with a network of music and entertainment professionals to further their career goals.
  8. LACM prepares you for the music industry and what goes beyond school. 
  9. Music Business subject which allows one to learn the fundamentals of business models and more.

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Music Producing and Recording Faculty

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Music Producing and Recording Application Requirement

As part of the online Admissions Application, applicants to the Music Producing & Recording major must upload the following minimum entry requirements:

Minimum of three (3) audio tracks that you have recorded, as producer/engineer (you may be the artists, also). Tracks must be between 2:00 – 5:00 in length.

Written explanation of your involvement with each track, the tools used, and the challenges you faced.  (150 words minimum, but all detail is welcomed.)

A written description of a) your computer skills, and b) any music skills/experience (150 words minimum, but all detail is welcomed.).

A written description of the goals you wish to achieve after graduating from LACM’s Music Producing & Recording program.